Rich Relations

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For the 1937 film, see Rich Relations (film).
Rich Relations
Written by David Henry Hwang
Characters Hinson
Keith
Jill
Barbara
Marilyn
Date premiered April 21, 1986
Place premiered Second Stage Theatre
New York City, New York
Original language English
Subject Family; Religion
Genre Drama
Setting Los Angeles; mid-eighties

Rich Relations is a 1986 play by American playwright David Henry Hwang.[1] Hwang's first play with all non-Asian characters, it depicts the rich WASP Orr family and the damage within from parent to child, with many religious overtones. The play premiered at the McGinn-Cazale Theatre on April 21, 1986 Off-Broadway as part of the Second Stage Theatre. It was directed by Harry Kondoleon, with Phoebe Cates and Keith Szarabajka.

It is currently published by Playscripts, Inc..[2]

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